There were lots of great stamp sets in the spring release from Skull and Cross Buns, including the fun Spring Motifs stamp set. It’s a set that lends itself well to using on planners, but I wanted to look at ways of using them on cards. Here are six ways to use this stamp set, … More 6 Ways To Use Small Stamps | Skull And Cross Buns | Video
Today I’m sharing five cards I made with the fantastic Spring Friends kit from Skull and Cross Buns. It’s out very first kit, so extra special! If you missed the unboxing of the kit you can find it here. This video is also part of the Easter craft-along, which is an Easter-themed collaboration between several … More Skull And Cross Buns | Spring Friends 5 Cards 1 Kit | Video | Easter Craft Along
Thank you for joining us for the Rain Rain Go Away BLOG HOP This is a blog hop featuring projects with rain, clouds, umbrellas, or rainbows! You should have arrived from Rebecca Ann. If not, Connie Can Crop, is the beginning of this interactive hop! This is a one day blog hop, but you have … More Rain Rain Go Away Blog Hop
Are you ready for more masculine project inspiration? Today is the beginning of a new challenge at The Male Room, and this time around our theme is Spring. This is open for interpreting however you like. What does Spring mean to you? I decided to pull out my new goodies from Skull and Cross Buns … More TMR 108 | Happy Easter | Spring
Have you heard? Skull and Cross Buns has just released their first Stamp and Embellishment kit! The kit is called Spring Friends and has lots of fun Spring themed goodies including several exclusive elements.
It’s starting to feel like Spring here in Southern Finland. We still have a little snow (and there has been the odd light snowfall now and then) but overall it is warming up and becoming sunnier by the day. With Easter on its way too I decided to make a fun Easter inspired card using … More Skull And Cross Buns | Stretch Your Stencils | Bunny Hop Card
I don’t have a foiling machine, but I do have some foils which I received in card kits. There are a few different ways to use foils without a foiling machine (anyone interested in a video about it?) For this card I used them with alcohol inks.